The University of Iowa
The Supreme Court Day tradition continues at Iowa Law. Friday, October 8, 2021. By Giovanna Deo. After going virtual in 2020, the University of Iowa College of Law’s long-standing tradition of Supreme Court Day was back in person today at the Boyd Law Building. The seven justices from the Iowa Supreme Court traveled to Iowa City to take part.
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People College of Law The University of Iowa
(8 days ago) Email. [email protected] Phone. 319-335-9020. Professor Bonfield joined the Iowa Law School faculty in 1962 and has been a visiting professor at the University of Michigan, North Carolina, and Tennessee Law Schools, and at the Law Schools of Hofstra University and Lewis and Clark.
Iowa Law News College of Law
(6 days ago) The University of Iowa College of Law announces the creation of an Alumni-led council, committed to bolster diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Alumni DEI Council is a select group of Iowa Law’s alumni who foster accountability in maintaining and increasing DEI efforts at the College of Law.
Law Library The University of Iowa
(Just Now) The display explores Iowa Law's involvement in national discussions, as well as the connection to the Iowa Legislature. The Law Library provides a wide range of study aids to assist you. The University of Iowa Law Library is one of the most comprehensive and in-depth legal information resource centers in the United States.
Law, Health Policy & Disability Center The University of
(8 days ago) Law, Health Policy & Disability Center. The Law, Health Policy & Disability Center is a leader in law, technology, education, and research. We are focused on improving the quality of life for persons living with disabilities. Based at the University of Iowa College of Law, the Center concentrates on public policy and its impact on persons with
DEI Committee College of Law
(5 days ago) DEI Committee. The mission of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) committee is to provide an equitable and welcoming environment by embracing the commonalities and differences of our law school community through programming, recruitment, mentorship, and enrichment. All students, faculty, and staff currently enrolled in or employed at the
Iowa Student Bar Association The University of Iowa
(7 days ago) Iowa Student Bar Association (ISBA) is the student governing body at the College of Law. The organization functions as both a collective voice for the student body and a source of organization and funding for a variety of college activities and programs. Meet the board.
Incorporating Transportation Topics
(6 days ago) Professor of Law and Director of the Environmental, Land Use and Real Estate Law Program, Chapman University Fowler School of Law. This Essay was written for the 2020 Iowa Law Review Symposium entitled “The Future of Law and Transportation.”
The Disability Law & Policy e-Newsletter, 14(4)
(7 days ago) The Disability Law & Policy Newsletter is a monthly publication that aims to inform disability advocates, scholars, and service providers of the most current issues in disability law, policy, research, best practices, and breaking news. Dear Colleague: Below is a topical overview of the items presented in this issue.
The Iowa Law School Auction is back College of Law
(3 days ago) Iowa Law alum Mary Sevandal was able to work for the AIDS Legal Counsel of Chicago thanks to the summer stipend from EJF that she had received for her work. She described her feelings of relief after getting the scholarship saying, “It is a huge weight off your shoulders to know that you're going to get a stipend from EJF.
The Writing Law School: Iowa Law continues its tradition
(3 days ago) Iowa Law has long been at the forefront of legal writing education. Although the program has evolved over time, current students and alumni alike attest that the emphasis on one-on-one instruction and consistent feedback sets the Iowa Law writing program apart and teaches the art and science of legal writing needed for success in practice.
Clinical Law Program College of Law
(4 days ago) The Law Clinic functions like a single law firm with six distinct practice groups: Federal Criminal Defense, Civil & Employment Litigation, Estate Planning, Law & Policy in Action, Immigration, and the Community Empowerment Law Project. The Legal Clinic is unique in that students can choose to focus on one area of law or explore different
Alumni DEI Council College of Law
(7 days ago) Corinna is a 2010 alumni of Iowa College of Law LL.M. Program. She is admitted to practice in New York and Germany. She holds her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Cologne, Germany. After having worked in the metro Detroit area for a few years, she returned back to Germany in 2018.
Phoebe Jean-Pierre College of Law
(7 days ago) Professor Jean-Pierre joins us as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law. She was hired as part of the newly reinstated Iowa Law Faculty Fellowship at Iowa Law. She holds a JD and PhD in media, technology, and society (with a focus on health communication) from Northwestern University. She teaches Health Communication, Race and Disparities, and Immigration.
Law Student Cultural Showcase College of Law The
(5 days ago) Law Student Cultural Showcase ILSA has the pleasure of inviting its members and the entire law school community to the law students' cultural showcase, which will feature food, fashion, arts, and other items that reflect their cultures. Friday, October 29, 2021 12:00pm to 2:00pm.
Andrew Lanham College of Law
(2 days ago) After law school, he clerked on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. His academic work has appeared in the Michigan Law Review and Notes & Queries, and he is a member of the faculty editorial board for the Michigan Journal of Law and Society.
People Directory College of Law
(8 days ago) 319-335-9020. Professor Bonfield joined the Iowa Law School faculty in 1962 and has been a visiting professor at the University of Michigan, North Carolina, and Tennessee Law Schools, and at the Law Schools of Hofstra University and Lewis and Clark. Until August 2014, Professor Bonfield served as Associate Dean for Research, building the Iowa
Iowa Law welcomes most academically qualified class in
(1 days ago) Iowa Law is also proud to welcome its largest class of students pursuing an Advanced Standing JD for Foreign-Trained Lawyers. Thirteen students joined us this fall from 6 countries across the globe. These international students bring a wealth of experience and worldly knowledge to broaden learning in the classroom and expand perspective in
Caprice Roberts College of Law
(4 days ago) Caprice L. Roberts is a Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Iowa College of Law and George Washington University Law School. At Iowa Law, she will teach Judicial Remedies. Her scholarship focuses on judicial power and restraint. Her works have appeared in prominent journals such as: Florida, Cincinnati, Maryland, Washington & Lee
About Journal of Corporation Law
(1 days ago) The Journal of Corporation Law Online will be publishing a limited number of essays dedicated to furthering the conversations started during JCL’s latest symposium, Imagining A World Without Corporate Criminal Law.All submissions inspired by the symposium or practitioners lunch should be between 4,000-7,000 words including footnotes and have bluebook formatted citations.
Mental Health Services College of Law
(4 days ago) Studying Law is an exciting, affirming endeavor and the first step towards your chosen career. Along with this excitement, Law school can also be overwhelming, resulting in significant increases in stress, anxiety, and other mental health concerns. But you are not alone.
Leonard A. Sandler College of Law
(4 days ago) Clinical Professor Len Sandler joined the faculty in 1990 to direct one of the first HIV/AIDS law school clinics in the U.S. with students representing individuals. He later founded and directs the award-winning Law and Policy in Action Clinic to give law students experience solving recurring, systemic problems that cannot be addressed through litigation.
John C. Reitz College of Law
(1 days ago) Professor Reitz's love of foreign languages led him to focus his professional career on comparative law and transnational transactions. Prior to joining the faculty of the College of Law in 1983, Professor Reitz served as an American Fellow to the faculty of the Salzburg Seminar on American Law and Institutions.
Centers and Institutes College of Law
(8 days ago) Centers and Institutes. Research centers and outreach programs are an important element in the University of Iowa College of Law's overall service to the outside professional and civic communities. For many years the College was home to the nation's first Agricultural Law Center. The Center closed some years ago, but in the interim period eight
Ryan T. Sakoda College of Law
(2 days ago) Ryan T. Sakoda is an Associate Professor at the University of Iowa College of Law. His research focuses on the empirical analysis of crime and criminal justice policy. Most recently, he has written on the use of solitary confinement and the effects of post-release supervision and probation. Professor Sakoda joined the Iowa Law faculty after a
Dean's Welcome College of Law
(1 days ago) Iowa Law is a small school with big advantages: a collegial environment built around the power of teamwork, highly regarded faculty who can teach students to analyze issues from all angles, and hands-on opportunities that turn theoretical concepts into actual experience.
Mihailis Diamantis College of Law
(7 days ago) Mihailis Diamantis’ legal research focuses on corporate crime and criminal theory. He is concerned with how familiar concepts like mens rea shape corporate incentives and the justice of verdicts involving corporate defendants. He has subsidiary interests in privacy law and surveillance.
Pablo Guevara takes a chance on Iowa Law & finds BigLaw
(1 days ago) For third-year law student Pablo Guevara, ever since he was a child he’s slowly found himself steadily gravitating towards colder weather on his way to Iowa City for law school and beyond. Although Guevara thought he would be attending law school somewhere warmer, he’s now preparing to graduate in May and begin at Sidley Austin’s Chicago office after graduating, something he says Iowa
Law, Health Policy & Disability Center
(7 days ago) Law, Health Policy and Disability Center 280-1 Boyd Law Building Iowa City, IA 52242-1113. Subscribe to Newsletters and Announcements. The Center operates several announcement mailing lists to share information. All posts are sent by a moderator. You may remove yourself from the mailing list at any time. Disability Law & Policy e-Newsletter
Shannon Roesler College of Law
(4 days ago) Professor Roesler joins Iowa Law after serving as the Robert S. Kerr, Jr. Professor of Natural Resources and Environmental Law at Oklahoma City University School of Law. Her scholarship focuses on environmental justice, environmental governance, climate change litigation, and land use.
Laws & Regulations
(9 days ago) Contract law developed largely as a product of the common law, and is not generally codified in statute. However, a jurisdiction may have codified laws on a particular topic (see right), and many states have adopted portions of the Uniform Commercial Code that deal with certain types of contracts (see below).
Iowa Law introduces impressive new class of faculty
(Just Now) Iowa Law welcomed eight new faculty for Fall 2020: three full-time faculty, two Legal Analysis, Writing and Research faculty, a new law library director, and two faculty beginning multi-year visits. We are excited to have this impressive group join us at the Boyd Law Building.
Brian Farrell College of Law
(2 days ago) Brian Farrell teaches international law, criminal law, and human rights courses. He is Director of the Citizen Lawyer Program, Associate Director of the UI Center for Human Rights, and was a co-founder of the Innocence Project of Iowa. Brian also serves as an adjunct lecturer at the National University of Ireland Galway and is a member of the Iowa Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission.
Daria Fisher Page College of Law
(6 days ago) Daria Fisher Page teaches and directs the Community Empowerment Law Project in the legal clinic at Iowa Law. Her students represent individuals, nonprofits, and municipalities working to strengthen their communities, create economic opportunity, and advance social justice in matters ranging from entity formation and strategic planning to coalition building and the design of advocacy plans.
Neda Barrett College of Law
(1 days ago) Neda Barrett. Neda Barrett joined Iowa Law as our first Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Global Engagement and Senior Human Resources director in Fall 2020. She has served Iowa Law as our Senior Human Resources fellow since April 2019 during which time she actively participated in the College of Law’s DEI Committee, strategic
Services Law Library
(8 days ago) The Law Library's Interlibrary Loan department supports the research needs of students and faculty in the College of Law by borrowing materials from other libraries upon request. In addition, researchers outside the Law School community may request to borrow materials from the Law Library's collections.
Iowa Law Expo College of Law The University of Iowa
(5 days ago) Admissions Office. View on Event Calendar. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa–sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Admissions Office in advance at 3193359095 or law[email protected]
Paul Thelen College of Law
(Just Now) Paul Thelen is an adjunct faculty member and director of the Larned A. Waterman Iowa Nonprofit Resource Center. He focuses on legal, communication, and leadership obstacles and opportunities for charitable organizations. His work will bring him to communities throughout the state, and he will teach undergraduate, graduate, and professional courses at the University of Iowa.
2021 Iowa Law Commencement Events College of Law
(8 days ago) Adam Lorenzana (third-year law student) and Cynthia Nance (Class of 1989 and Iowa Law faculty alum) both received a Hancher-Finkbine Medallion. Mackensie Graham (third-year law student) was recognized as a Distinguished Student Leader. Kimberly Cullen (third-year law student) was a recipient of the Philip G. Hubbard Human Rights Award.
Iowa Student Health Law Association (ISHLA) Meeting
(5 days ago) The Iowa Student Health Law Association will be holding their first all-membership meeting of the semester from 12:40 to 1:30 PM on Thursday, September 9, 2021. We invite all law students who are interested in practicing and learning about health law to attend.
Cathleen Bennett College of Law
(5 days ago) Cathleen Bennett. As a trial lawyer in the Public Defender Division, Professor Bennet defends indigent clients charged with crimes in the state courts of Massachusetts. She is on the faculty at the National Criminal Defense College, Gideon’s Promise (formerly the Southern Public Defender Training Center), and has taught at trial advocacy and
Law, Fact, and Patent Validity
(Just Now) Rather, when deciding questions of law based on underlying facts, the Federal Circuit seems to view the issue as either a question of law (and, for example, automatically subject to de novo review on appeal) or an underlying question of fact (automatically subject to deferential review). 334 But for a mixed question (or a “question of law
Lorie Schweer College of Law
(2 days ago) Lorie Schweer graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with an accounting degree in 1984. Professor Schweer first practiced as a certified public accountant and then worked in banking for 13 years. In the banking industry, she focused on regulatory compliance, audit, loan quality, and commercial lending. After graduating from the University of Iowa College of Law in 2003, she practiced
Mary M. Ksobiech College of Law
(4 days ago) Professor Mary Ksobiech is a Professor of Legal Analysis, Writing and Research. She is an alumna of the University of Iowa College of Law. In 2006, she joined the faculty of The University of Alabama School of Law where she taught courses in Legal Writing, Litigation Drafting, and Judicial Opinion Drafting and served as the Assistant Dean of Students.
University of Iowa College of Law Student Handbook
(Just Now) law, contracts, criminal law, property, and torts, and understanding the manner in which the law, both statutory and judge-made, changes. 2. Identifying and applying key concepts from a range of other areas of law not taught in courses required by the law school, but generally understood to be among those considered important for the practice